BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

Price
20.00 CAD
Photo Essay
Picturing Vancouver
by
Graeme Wynn, Elvin Wyly
Review Essay

Vancouver in Slices

Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Graeme Wynn (pgs: 73-94)

  • The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver
    by Chuck Davis
  • A Guidebook to Contemporary Architecture in Vancouver
    by Chris Macdonald, Veronica Gillies
  • Vanishing Vancouver
    by Michael Kluckner
  • Photographs
    by Fred Herzog
  • Exploring Vancouver: The Architectural Guide
    by Robin Ward, Harold Kalman

Vancouver in Slices


  
Book Reviews
Bill Reid and the Haida Canoe
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Martine J. Reid (ed)

- Reviewed by Maria Tippett (pg: 113-14)

The Cannibal Spirit
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Harry Whitehead

- Reviewed by Judith Berman (pg: 114-15)

Voyages: to the New World and Beyond
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Gordon Miller

- Reviewed by Barry Gough (pg: 117-18)

The Private Journal of Captain G. H. Richards: The Vancouver Island Survey (1860-1862)
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Linda Dorricott, Deidre Cullon (Eds.)

- Reviewed by Barry Gough (pg: 119-23)

Nature's Northwest: The North Pacific Slope in the Twentieth Century
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by William G. Robbins, Katrine Barber

- Reviewed by Richard Rajala (pg: 124-26)

Swift and Strong: The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own). A Pictorial History
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Ron Leblanc, Keith Maxwell, Dwayne Snow, Kelly Deschênes

- Reviewed by James Wood (pg: 128-29)

The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Chuck Davis

- Reviewed by John Belshaw (pg: 130-31)

Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Chad Reimer

- Reviewed by LiLynn Wan (pg: 131-32)

The Kelowna Story: An Okanagan History
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Sharron J. Simpson

- Reviewed by David Dendy (pg: 132-33)

The Legendary Betty Frank: The Cariboo's Alpine Queen
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Betty Frank, Sage Birchwater

- Reviewed by Judy Campbell (pg: 133-34)

Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora, and Indigeneity in Canada
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by C. Kim, S. McCall, M. Baum Singer, Editors

- Reviewed by Gabrielle Legault (pg: 139-40)

Sister and I from Victoria to London
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Emily Carr

- Reviewed by Laura Ishiguro (pg: 141-42)

Vancouver Noir: 1930-1960
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Diane Barbara Purvey, John Belshaw

- Reviewed by Vanessa Colantonio (pg: 143-44)

Fred Herzog: Photographs
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Fred Herzog, D. Coupland, S. Milroy, J. Wall Fred

- Reviewed by Bill Jeffries (pg: 144-45)

At the World's Edge: Curt Lang's Vancouver, 1937-1998
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Claudia Cornwall

- Reviewed by Bill Jeffries (pg: 146-47)

Bruce McDonald's "Hard Core Logo"
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Paul McEwan

- Reviewed by Mark Harris (pg: 147-48)

Brian Jungen
Issue BC Studies 175 (Autumn 2012)

by Daina Augaitis

- Reviewed by Geoffrey Carr (pg: 148-50)

Bibliography of BC
Contributors

175

Mica Jorgenson graduated with a master’s degree in history from the University of Northern British Columbia in May 2012. Her thesis is entitled, “‘It Happened to Me in Barkerville’: Aboriginal Identity, Economy, and Law in the Cariboo Gold Rush, 1862-1900.” She has spent many years researching and writing on the environmental and First Nations history of the Barkerville/Bowron region, and she has presented her work at academic conferences across the province.

Lawrence D. Taylor is a researcher with the Departamento de Estudios Culturales at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte in Tijuana, Mexico, and he specializes in the fields of Canadian studies and the history of the US-Mexico border region. His publications include El nuevo norteamericano: Integracion continental, cultura e identidad nacional [The New North American: Continental Integration, Culture and National Identity] (Mexico City: Centro de Investigaciones sobre la America del Norte, unam/e1 Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 2001) and articles concerning the northern development policy of the Diefenbaker government. He is currently at work on books dealing with the Diefenbaker government’s National Development Programme and the National Power Grid project. He is also conducting research on the history of monorails in transportation and the use of railways in general for development projects in the north.

Christopher J. Schneider is assistant professor of sociology at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus. He has received awards in recognition of his teaching, research, and community service contributions to public education. His research investigates mass media messages about crime, deviance, popular music, and information technologies in everyday life. Dr. Schneider has published articles and book chapters, as well as co-authored and co-edited books, in these areas. He has given more than 250 interviews with various news media across North America.

Daniel Trottier is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Informatics and Media at Uppsala University, Sweden, where he is involved in two European Union projects on security and social media. He previously held a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta, and he obtained his PhD in sociology at Queen’s University. He is the author of Social Media as Surveillance (Surrey, UK: Ashgate, 2012) as well as numerous articles on the sociology of digital and social media.

Elvin Wyly is associate professor of geography and chair of the Urban Studies Coordinating Committee at the University of British Columbia. His teaching and research focus is on the urbanization of social inequality, housing markets, and neighbourhood change, and the politics of data and quantification. Graeme Wynn is a professor of historical geography at the University of British Columbia and editor of BC Studies. He has taught and written extensively on environmental history. Dr. Wynn has researched the development of New World societies and the environmental impacts of European expansion around the world, including in early Canada and colonial New Zealand. He is general editor of the Nature/History/ Society series at ubc Press, co-editor of the Journal of Historical Geography (published by Elsevier), and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He is currently the Brenda and David McLean Chair of Canadian Studies at the University of British Columbia.

Graeme Wynnis a professor of historical geography at the University of British Columbia and editor of BC Studies. He has taught and written extensively on environmental history. Dr. Wynn has researched the development of New World societies and the environmental impacts of European expansion around the world, including in early Canada and colonial New Zealand. He is general editor of the Nature/History/ Society series at UBC Press, co-editor of the Journal of Historical Geography (published by Elsevier), and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He is currently the Brenda and David McLean Chair of Canadian Studies at the University of British Columbia.